Lonely Planet South America on a shoestring (Travel Guide)

Lonely Planet South America on a shoestring (Travel Guide)

孤独星球:南美洲小成本(旅游指南)

by Carolyn McCarthy,Regis St Louis,Sandra Bao,Celeste Brash,Gregor Clark,Brian Kluepfel,Tom Masters,Alex Egerton,Kevin Raub,Lonely Planet,

Product Details 商品信息

Publisher 出版社 :Lonely Planet; 13(2016-10-18)
Format 装订 : Paperback 平装
Pages 页数 : 1104页
Language 语种 : English 英语
Age Range 适读年龄 :
ISBN-13 条形码 : 9781786571182
Product Dimensions 商品尺寸 : 12.8 x 4.3 x 19.7 cm
Shipping Weight 商品重量 :816 g

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$29.99

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About the Book 内容简介

#1 best-selling guide to South America *

Lonely Planet South America on a Shoestring is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to skip, what hidden discoveries await you, and how to optimize your budget for an extended continental trip. Drift between river towns in the Amazon, shake it in Rio de Janeiro or hustle for traditional crafts in Ecuador all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of South America and begin your journey now!

Inside Lonely Planet's South America on a Shoestring Travel Guide:

  • Color maps and images throughout

  • Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your  personal needs and interests

  • Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local,  avoiding crowds and trouble spots

  • Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation,  phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices

  • Budget-oriented recommendations with honest reviews - eating,  sleeping, sight-seeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks  miss

  • Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel  experience - history, lifestyle, arts, religion, outdoor activities, cuisine,  sports, environment, politics

  • Over 170 maps

  • Covers Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, French  Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela and more

The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet South America on a Shoestring is perfect for both exploring top sights and taking roads less traveled.

  • Looking for just a few of the destinations included in this guide? Check  out Lonely Planet Argentina, Brazil or Chile & Easter  Island, our most comprehensive guides that cover South America's top  sights and offbeat experiences.

Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet, Regis St Louis, Sandra Bao, Celeste Brash, Gregor Clark, Alex Egerton, Brian Kluepfel, Tom Masters, Carolyn McCarthy, Kevin Raub, Paul Smith, Phillip Tang, Lucas Vidgen

About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveler community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travelers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

*Best-selling guide to South America. Source: Nielsen BookScan. Australia, UK and USA.


About the Author 作者简介

Carolyn McCarthy:

Carolyn McCarthy specializes in travel, culture and adventure in the Americas. She has written for National Geographic, Outside, BBC Magazine, Boston Globe and other publications. A former Fulbright fellow and Banff Mountain Grant recipient, she has documented life in the most remote corners of Latin America. Carolyn gained her expertise by researching guidebooks in diverse destinations. She has contributed to over thirty guidebooks for Lonely Planet, including Colorado, USA, Argentina, Chile, Trekking in the Patagonian Andes, Panama, Peru and USA National Parks guides. For more information, visit www.carolynmccarthy.org or follow her Instagram travels at @masmerquen

  
Regis St Louis:

Regis grew up in a small town in the American Midwest—the kind of place that fuels big dreams of travel—and he developed an early fascination with foreign dialects and world cultures. He spent his formative years learning Russian and a handful of Romance languages, which served him well on journeys across much of the globe. Regis has contributed to more than 50 Lonely Planet titles, covering destinations across six continents. His travels have taken him from the mountains of Kamchatka to remote island villages in Melanesia, and to many grand urban landscapes. When not on the road, he lives in New Orleans.

Follow him on www.instagram.com/regisstlouis.

  
Sandra Bao:

Being born in Buenos Aires has made Sandra a portena (BA citizen) for life.

She left Argentina for the United States at age nine, with thoughts that 'Midnight Special' and 'Yellow Submarine' were creations of Argentine musicians. Now she knows the harsh truth, but remains proud of her original country's famous steaks, futbol and tango.

Sandra has traveled extensively throughout the world, but especially loves Patagonia's Andean spine.

She's the author of Lonely Planet's Buenos Aires guide and has contributed to Argentina, Mexico, Venezuela and several other titles.

  
Celeste Brash:

Living on a remote coral atoll for five years with no phone, plumbing and limited solar electricity prevented Celeste from getting an early start in her writing career - although it sounds idyllic, washing laundry by hand, digging your own well and sustenance fishing takes a big chunk out of one's day. She now lives in a small village on Tahiti, complete with flushing toilet and an Internet connection, and her travel articles have magically crossed the seas to appear in newspapers and magazines including the LA Times and Islands Magazine. She has contributed to around 40 Lonely Planet guidebooks and her award winning travel narratives have been published in Travelers' Tales anthologies. Having travelled to some 40 countries, Celeste speaks fluent French as well as conversational Spanish, Thai and Indonesian.  In her spare time she can be found singing with a French Tahitian choral group, Tahitian dancing or distance swimming in Tahiti's spectacular lagoon. You can find Celeste on the web at www.celestebrash.com or read her blog at htpp://coconutradio.blogspot.com.                

  
Gregor Clark:

Gregor Clark is a US-based writer whose love of foreign languages and curiosity about what's around the next bend have taken him to dozens of countries on five continents. Chronic wanderlust has also led him to visit all 50 states and most Canadian provinces on countless road trips through his native North America.

Since 2000, Gregor has regularly contributed to Lonely Planet guides, with a focus on Europe and the Americas. Titles include Italy, France, Brazil, Costa Rica, Argentina, Portugal, Switzerland, Mexico, South America on a Shoestring, Montreal & Quebec City, France Trips, New England Trips, cycling guides to Italy and California and coffee-table pictorials such as Food Trails, The USA Book and The LP Guide to the Middle of Nowhere.

A polyglot since early childhood, Gregor earned his degree in Romance Languages at Stanford University and has remained an avid linguist throughout careers in international publishing, teaching, translation and tour leadership. He continues to favor destinations such as Brazil and Italy where he can hit the streets speaking the local vernacular, but he's also cycled around Bali, swum with penguins and sharks in the Galapagos, trekked in the Himalayas, repaired his bike with duct tape in the middle of the Wyoming desert, cruised the icy shores of Greenland and published articles about places as far-flung and disparate as Tonga and North Dakota.

Gregor was born in New York City. He has lived in California, France, Spain and Italy prior to settling with his wife and two daughters in his current home state of Vermont.

  
Brian Kluepfel:  
Tom Masters:  
Alex Egerton:  
Kevin Raub:

Kevin Raub is a Portugal-based travel and entertainment journalist and certified Brazilianist who grew up in Atlanta and started his career in entertainment in New York, working for Men's Journal and Rolling Stone magazines and "freelancing" (i.e. interviewing hot young actresses about their sex lives over a few too many cocktails) for men's magazines like FHM, Stuff and Maxim. He spent five years in Los Angeles as the senior writer for allstarnews.com, CDNOW's now-defunct  groundbreaking online music news site.

The rock 'n' roll lifestyle took its toll, so he needed an extended vacation and took up travel writing. Raub now contributes to a variety of publications including Travel+Leisure, New York Times T Travel, Robb Report, Town & Country, American Way, Rhapsody, Private Clubs, Continental, New York Post, and Organic Spa (www.organicspamagazine.com), where he pens a bi-monthly organic grooming column for men, The Green Guy's Grooming Guide.

Raub spent seven years on Brazilian soil, canvassing the South American Giant one caipirinha at a time on his way to getting to know 22 Brazilian states for a variety of American and international publications. A well-known Brazil expert, he also handled all of Lonely Planet's on-the-ground social media coverage during the FIFA 2014 World Cup before relocating to Portugal the following year.


Raub is the co-author of numerous Lonely Planet travel guides, including Brazil (7th Ed.; 2008), Mexico (11th Ed.; 2008); Chile & Easter Island (8th Ed.; 2009), The Carolinas, Georgia & The South: Trips (1st Ed.; 2009); Colombia (5th Ed.; 2009), Lonely Planet's Best In Travel 2010 (2nd Revised Edition, 2009); South America on a Shoestring (11th Ed.; 2010); Venezuela (6th Ed.; 2010), Central America on a Shoestring (7th Ed.; 2010), Brazil (8th Ed.; 2010); India (14th Ed.; 2011), South India & Kerala (6th Ed.; 2011), Discover India (1st Ed.; 2011); Dominican Republic & Haiti (5th Ed.; 2011), Caribbean Islands (6th Ed.; 2011), USA (7th Ed.; 2011), Eastern USA (1st Ed.; 2011), Discover USA (1st Ed.; 2011), Colombia (6th Ed., 2012), Chile & Easter Island (9th Ed., 2012), Peru (8th Ed., 2013), South America on a Shoestring (12th Ed., 2013), Discover Peru (2nd Ed., 2013), India (15th Ed., 2013), Discover India (2nd Ed., 2013 and Brazil (9th Ed., 2013); and the forthcoming Dominican Republic (6th Ed., 2014), Discover Caribbean Islands (1st. Ed., 2014), Colombia (7th Ed., 2015), India (15th Ed., 2013), Discover India (2nd Ed., 2013), Brazil (9th Ed., 2013), Dominican Republic (6th Ed., 2014) Discover Caribbean Islands (1st. Ed., 2014); and the forthcoming Colombia (7th Ed., 2015), India (16th Ed., 2015), Discover India (3rd Ed., 2015), Rajasthan, Delhi & Agra (4th Ed., 2015), Chile & Easter Island (10th Ed., 2015), USA (9th Ed., 2016), Discover USA (3rd Ed., 2016), Eastern USA (3rd Ed., 2016), Lonely Planet’s Best of USA (1st Ed., 2016), Civil War Trail: Road Trips (1st Ed., 2016), Brazil (10th Ed., 2016) and South America on a Shoestring (13th Ed., 2016); and the forthcoming Portugal (10th Ed., 2017), India (17th Ed., 2017), South India & Kerala (9th Ed., 2017), Discover India (4th Ed., 2017), Best of India (1st Ed., 2017), USA (10th Ed., 2017), Discover USA (4th Ed., 2017), Eastern USA (4th Ed., 2017), Florida & the South’s Best Trips (3rd Ed.; 2017) and Italy (13th Ed., 2018).


On the few days he's home, Raub once spent an inordinate amount of time slathering on organic cosmetics for his bi-monthly organic grooming column for men, The Green Guy's Grooming Guide, which appeared in Organic Spa for several years, but constant battles with the Brazilian food and drug administration caused it to meet its demise in 2011. Now, he just slathers it on for fun.


Raub also scoured Brazilian soil as the 'Brazil Insider' for LAN and TAM airlines' Only in South America blog (www.lan.com/onlyinsouthamerica/blog) for a few years as well.


Raub continues pounding the world's pavements with one goal in mind: Membership in the Traveler's Century Club before the age of 50. His country count currently stands at 83.


Follow Kevin @RaubontheRoad on Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter. Visit his personal web site at www.kevinraub.net.

  
Lonely Planet:

Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travellers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Awards winner in Favorite Travel Guide category for 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.


《孤独星球》是世界最大的私人旅行指南出版商,由托尼·惠勒和莫琳·惠勒1972年在澳大利亚维多利亚州墨尔本西郊的富兹克雷区创立。在伦敦、奥克兰、新德里和北京设有办公室,其旅行指南就称为《孤独星球》系列,历史相当悠久,是第一个针对背包客撰写的旅行系列丛书,受到背包客及其他低开销旅游者广大的推崇。


  

Critical Praise 推荐评价

Scores 八月向日葵评分

7.8

Reviews 相关评论2条评论
  • Five Stars
    Five Stars

    2017-01-09

    Lots of good information for budget travel

  • Four Stars
    Four Stars

    2016-12-02

    good detailed and warnings.

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